Unusual and unused spaces (like a hallway or under the stairs) can be put to good use for working from home. Perhaps you will be surprised by how many smart solutions you can fit in to give you the workspace you need.
Work anywhere space allows
A whole room for a home office is something few of us can fit in. But with an office chair that easily stows away, a narrow desk, and storage on the wall above, almost any unused area can hold a workstation. Or even two.
When a small desk is the big idea
In a small space, you need a tiny desk to make a workstation even possible. But just because it's tiny doesn't mean that it can’t have some extras – like built-in drawers and a beautiful, durable top made of sustainable bamboo.
Hang pendant lamp for work light
Do you want generous, well-distributed light over your workspace? This pendant provides good, glare-free light and has a simple design that fits most styles.
Use memo boards to keep an eye on things
A row of memo boards and a picture ledge make your space both more functional and personal. Perfect for important notes – or art, photos and other decorations.
Keep your good-to-go bag ready
Even if you’re working from home, you still need to be ready for the occasional away-game. Have your things packed and ready in a handy tote bag on a hook – perhaps the smartest storage solution of all.